Hefazat-e-Islam senior nayeb-e-amir Maulana Mohibullah Babunagari has announced his resignation from the qaumi madrassah-based platform over his resentment at the failure to realise their demands, reports New Age.
The Hefazat leader told New Age over phone on Friday that he announced his resignation as their platform was now far from 13-point demands placed to the government during their movement in 2013.
He said that the platform later even forgot to pay respect to their supporters killed in May 5-6, 2013 when they joined rally at Motijheel in Dhaka.
The senior religious preacher said that he placed the resignation through media on Thursday.
In separate interviews with the local journalists, Mohibullah said that some 200 people ‘embraced martyrdom’ in May 5-6, 2013 but none of their demands were met yet.
He also expressed his resentment at taking decision by Al-Haiatul Ulya Lil-Jamiatil Qawmia Bangladesh in contrary to the principles of Darul Uloom Deoband in India.
He also said that he would cut relations with the government recognised combined Qawmi Madrassah Education Board of Bangladesh.